Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We've found six listings within $100 of today's price: $1,800.
This 491-square-foot Belltown studio has a little alcove for either a bed or a small office. A small bank of floor-to-ceiling windows have Downtown views. It’s pet-friendly, has in-unit laundry, and has access to shared roof decks and a gym. It rents for $1,845 per month.
This South Lake Union one-bedroom isn’t much to look at in the apartment itself, but it has a whole slough of shared amenities, including a climbing wall, a cardio room, foosball, shuffleboard, kayaks, paddleboards, a rooftop pet deck, and courtyards. The apartment itself has hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, and at least one window. It rents for $1,825 per month.
In Ballard just a couple of blocks off Market, this new-construction, open one-bedroom (only a partial wall separates the bedroom and living area) has floor-to-ceiling windows and a faux balcony overlooking Fisherman’s Terminal. The unit is pet-friendly and has in-unit laundry; shared amenities include a roof deck and a game room. It rents for $1,775 per month.
This vintage one-bedroom on Capitol Hill has hardwood floors throughout, a clawfoot tub, tons of built-in kitchen cabinets, and a gigantic deck area. It’s pet-friendly and rents for $1,750 per month.
Head down to White Center and find a three bedrooms in the top half of a duplex for $1,800 per month on the dot. It has a gigantic kitchen and hardwood floors. The downsides: It doesn’t have great transit access and doesn’t allow pets.
This large one-bedroom in the West Seattle Junction has separate living and dining areas—or maybe a nook for an office or something. It has plenty of closet and counter space, plus in-unit laundry. Shared amenities include outdoor space with a fire pit and a 24-hour gym. It’s pet-friendly and rents for $1,818 per month.
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